3 p. l., facsim.: 4 p. l., (i.e. 48),  p., 1 l. 26 x 20 cm
Two pages numbered 32
"A duplicate of B4 recto showing the posted on cancel' turned back so that the original and cancelled lines are revealed" is appended
Original has general title: Certaine deu[is]es and shows presented to her Maiestie by the gentlemen of Grayes-inne at her Highnesse court in Greenwich, the twenty eighth day of Februarie in the thirtieth yeare of her Maiesties most happy raigne. At London Printed by Robert Robinson. 1587. Preceding the play is half-title: The misfortunes of Arthur (Vther Pendragons sonne) reduced into tragicall notes by Thomas Hvghes
The body of the play was Hughes; he "was assisted by seven others--William Fulbecke with two speeches; Nicholas Trotte with an introduction; Francis Flower with the choruses in acts I. and II.; Christopher Yelverton, Francis Bacon, and John Lancaster (who superintended the dumb shows) and M. Penroodocke (who directed the representation)"--Pref
Fulbeck, William, 1560-1603?; Trotte, Nicholas, fl. 1588; Flower, Francis
Evidence reported by ian frederick-rothwell for item misfortunesofart00hughrich on April 14, 2008: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1911.